. tempur-pedic is trading sharply higher. fourth quarter earnings were 60 cents, estimates 55, and then net sales fell 7% to 341.1 million dollars. that was finally boeing u.s. safety regulators are nowhere near finishing an investigation according to sources. and they also, i guess, are talking about circuit board, cheap little circuit board which now could be part of the issue, i guess, and commentary that could you imagine if you know these crappy little circuit boards that don't cost very much money at all could be grounding the 787. we're going to hang with these guys now, right? i want to talk to austan. this is a continuation of our last conversation and i'd like you here. both of us agreed on camera, we agree on a lot of things, but we agree hat what we want is the private -- >> private sector should be driving growth. >> and then if it were 4% growth, tax receipts go up, more people have jobs. >> yep. >> the government can afford to do more things. so we're both in total agreement. >> yeah. >> that the private sector is what we want -- >> yeah. that is above -- sustainable growth.